Traditional Confirmations in Dublin; Irishman accepted as FSSP seminarian

From the September newsletter of the Dublin Latin Mass Chaplaincy:

It will soon be five years since the Motu Proprio Summorum Pontificum came into effect, and with it the Latin Mass Chaplaincy in the Diocese of Dublin. In order to mark this significant anniversary the Archbishop will visit us on the morning of the 16th of this month, both to confer the sacrament of Confirmation and to preside at Mass…

…I am delighted to announce that Mr Ciarán Egan, who has been serving Mass with us for the past two years, has been accepted as a seminarian for the Priestly Fraternity of St Peter, and will be beginning his training at Wigratzbad in Bavaria at the end of this month. Please remember him in your prayers, and pray that many other young men from our congregation will hear, and answer, Our Lord’s call to follow Him.

Read in full here.

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Posted on September 3, 2012, in Uncategorized. Bookmark the permalink. 2 Comments.

  1. Pray for for vocations like this young man. He may or may not end up in Eire, as the order is a missionary one. I pray for orthodox and trad young men to somehow infiltrate and change Maynooth. I had two friends there in the 1980s. I can tell you they were wild men. Eire is dying for the lack of good priests. The priest at St. Kevin needs daily servers for the 8 am Mass. Some of you young ones should volunteer.

  2. i think he is not there. Can you tell us if he is at Maynooth? I would like to pray for him.

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